My entire family had Covid and today we’re out of quarantine. We couldn’t get any doctors locally to prescribe *any* therapeutics — Satch, in fact, went to the hospital and they gave him Tylenol.

As a prophylaxis, I’d been taking Quercetin, elemental zinc (50 mg), vitamin C...
(1000 mg), vitamin D (10,000). This is the regimen I put Satch and my wife on once it was clear we had it. This is the low-risk treatment protocol recommended by Dr Zelenko, among others. Tanner, who is 8, needed nothing but a day or two of rest.

For me, I called Dr Zelenko...
...and we added HCQ (200 mg twice a day for 5 days), Ivermectin (6mg 2x in the same day), and a zpac (4 days). I also take a vitamin K.

Within a day my pulse ox went from 92 to 96; Satch went from 93 to 98.

The key is to get treatment when you begin to feel symptoms, even..
...if you haven’t tested positive.

The trouble is, many doctors will still refuse to prescribe HCQ or ivermectin, and until you’re in respiratory distress, you aren’t eligible for monoclonal treatment.

Be pro-active. Talk to your doctor about treatment protocols; if s/he...
...doesn’t have one, find another doctor.

The most frustrating thing about Covid — at least for me — was the added stress of not being able to find treatment locally.

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